Mad Dogs (2002)





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Pigs from another world are ready to destroy the Earth, and only one mental patient can stop them in this absurdist comedy. Robert (Ian Fraiser) is an eccentric man living in a small British community, who after a stint of psychotherapy begins hearing voices in his head. This in itself is disturbing enough for Robert, but what really troubles him is what the voices are saying -- it seems he's being told about a band of alien invaders who resemble pigs and have a plan to destroy the world as we know it unless the United States stops its research in interstellar weaponry. Robert tries to tell the world about this dire news, but he soon proves to be a less-than-ideal cosmic messenger, and the only people believe he's serious are his on-and-off girlfriend Narendra (Indira Varma) and would-be musician Jimmy (Paul Barber). As Robert faces this unusual crisis, England reels from the effects of a strange plague that is apparently being spread by the nation's canines. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Comedy , Drama , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Iain Fraser
as Rabbie Burns
Jonathan Pryce
as The Supreme Being
Indira Varma
as Narendra
Paul Barber
as Jimmy Joyce
Campbell Morrison
as Dr. Mackenzie
Bhasker Patel
as Rashid
Saeed Jaffrey
as The Great Gazuka
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Rubbish. No plot, bad acting, no character development; even the title had nothing to do with the story. Complete waste of time. The only good thing about this film is Indira Varma. She has some acting talent and is attractive.

Don Schick
Don Schick

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